June 13, 2022
LogiMat 2022: Three Key Takeaways to Help Secure Supply Chains
Director of Channel Sales for EMEA
LogiMat 2022, which took place a couple of weeks back in Stuttgart, Germany, brought together supply chain executives from all over the world for three days of presentations and networking opportunities, providing attendees with the opportunity to learn more about emerging technologies and solutions that enable efficiency, optimization, and cost-reduction across the entire supply chain.
Read on for three key takeaways from the conference.
#1 The global supply chain is undergoing a digital transformation. Production and logistics are undergoing a digital transformation and becoming more closely integrated. To manage these dynamics, and stay ahead of the competition, many leading companies have turned to SAP to support their supply chain strategies and, ultimately, achieve healthier top and bottom lines. Forward-thinking organizations also recognize the vital role that labeling plays in achieving better results throughout their supply chains. Learn more about Loftware's certified SAP labeling solutions here.
#2 Strategically implementing new technologies to future-proof business operations. While many thought the COVID-19 disruption would be resolved by now, several industries are still having to adapt operations to cope with changes. As such, new technologies and processes, including labeling and packaging artwork, are shaping the future of intralogistics. Companies that can effectively pivot and embrace new agile strategies will have a competitive edge and set themselves up for future success. To learn more about the trends that will shape 2022 and how best to equip your business, download our annual ‘Top 5 Trends in Labeling and Packaging Artwork’ report for free.
#3 Achieving smart collaboration between people and technology. One of the core concepts behind the “Industry 4.0” initiative is the smooth interaction between humans and machines. But the demands placed on logistics systems are growing, fuelled by an increasing variety of inventory, rising costs, and deadline pressures. As society changes and adapts to the “new normal,” innovative technologies offer new opportunities to revolutionize the way organizations do business. One such example is a modern cloud-based labeling solution, which improves the end-to-end labeling process by supporting dispersed workforces, driving down error rates, and facilitating compliance.